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Neuroepidemiology (2019) 52 (1-2): 111–118.
Published Online: 09 January 2019
...Elan D. Louis Background: With an aging population, it behooves physicians and scientists to gain an understanding of the intersections between aging and human disease. Here, the author reviews the intersections between age, aging, and essential tremor (ET), particularly as these relate to disease...
Neuroepidemiology (2018) 51 (1-2): 71–81.
Published Online: 03 July 2018
... costs of caring for individuals with dementia were USD 10.4 billion in 2016, and are expected to rise by 2031 [ 47 ]. Dementia Manitoba Canada Statistics Gender Age Healthcare costs In general, dementias are progressive, irreversible , neurodegenerative disorders that typically begin...
Shmuel Tiosano, Yarden Yavne, Omer Gendelman, Abdulla Watad, Doron Comaneshter, Yehuda Shoenfeld, Arnon D. Cohen, Daniela Amital
Neuroepidemiology (2017) 49 (3-4): 99–105.
Published Online: 14 November 2017
... morbidity. However, the association between RA and stroke among different age groups has not been explored. The objective of our study was to evaluate the association between RA and stroke in different age strata. Methods: Cross-sectional study, utilizing the database of Israel’s largest healthcare provider...
Francis Guillemin, Cédric Baumann, Jonathan Epstein, Philippe Kerschen, Teresa Garot, Guillaume Mathey, Marc Debouverie, on behalf of the LORSEP Group
Neuroepidemiology (2017) 48 (3-4): 179–187.
Published Online: 10 August 2017
.... In this population-based cohort, we estimated the prognostic role of age at multiple sclerosis (MS) onset, independent of PP course, on disability progression. Methods: The association of age at disease onset (adult, <50 years [AOMS], vs. late, ≥50 years [LOMS]) and time to Expanded Disability Status Scale (EDSS...
Neuroepidemiology (2015) 45 (1): 20–27.
Published Online: 18 July 2015
...Kyrre Pedersen; Madelen Fahlstedt; Anders Jacobsson; Svein Kleiven; Hans von Holst Background: With an increasing and aging population, there is a global demand for improving the primary prevention strategies aimed at reducing traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). The objective of the present...
Carlos Henrique Suzuki Bellucci, Jose Everton de Castro Filho, Cristiano Mendes Gomes, José de Bessa Jr., Linamara Rizzo Battistella, Daniel Rubio de Souza, Márcia Scazufca, Homero Bruschini, Miguel Srougi, Tarcisio E.P. Barros Filho
Neuroepidemiology (2015) 44 (2): 85–90.
Published Online: 05 March 2015
... an epidemiological form, which included gender, age at injury, duration and cause of SCI. We investigated SCI epidemiological trends over time including the association between gender and age at injury with SCI features such as etiology, injury severity and level. Results: The mean age at SCI has increased from 26.0...
Neuroepidemiology (2013) 41 (2): 110–115.
Published Online: 11 July 2013
...Elan D. Louis Background: Essential tremor (ET) is a chronic, progressive neurological disease. Head (neck) tremor may eventually develop in as many as 30-60% of patients, yet it is unclear why. Is its appearance merely a function of advancing disease duration? Alternatively, is patient age...
Christian Foerch, Dirk Czapowski, Bjoern Misselwitz, Helmuth Steinmetz, Tobias Neumann-Haefelin, for the Arbeitsgruppe Schlaganfall Hessen (ASH)
Neuroepidemiology (2010) 35 (3): 226–230.
Published Online: 23 September 2010
... elderly patients with ischaemic stroke. On the other hand, upper age limits are frequently used in clinical trials, in part due to safety reasons and logistical concerns. In this study, we model how applying upper age limits will lead to a gender disparity in stroke trials, favouring the inclusion of men...
Daisuke Kita, Ilja F. Ciernik, Salvatore Vaccarella, Silvia Franceschi, Paul Kleihues, Urs M. Lütolf, Hiroko Ohgaki
Neuroepidemiology (2009) 33 (1): 17–22.
Published Online: 27 March 2009
.... Despite a general policy during the study period of treatment by surgical intervention aimed at maximum tumor removal followed by radiotherapy, there was a marked tendency toward limited treatment with advancing patient age. Of those younger than 65 years, 82% were treated either with surgery followed...
Neuroepidemiology (2004) 23 (3): 129–134.
Published Online: 16 April 2004
... frequencies were 10.1 and 5.2% for ICVD patients, 6.1 and 3.1% for VaD patients, but 12.5 and 8.0% for controls. There were no differences between ICVD patients and controls, or VaD patients and controls in their Ε4 carriers. Those patients aged 65 and under, carrying the Ε2 allele, had a lower risk...
Neuroepidemiology (2002) 21 (6): 271–278.
Published Online: 01 November 2002
...Chii-Min Hwu; Hsing-Yi Chang; Jim-Yi Chen; Shu-Li Wang; Low-Tone Ho; Wen-Harn Pan In this study, we established normality data of vibration perception thresholds (VPT) in a Chinese population. Over 1,400 healthy subjects were recruited to create age-related centile charts of VPT after pretesting...
Pietro B. Carrieri, Giuseppe Orefice, Antonio Maiorino, Vincenzo Provitera, Giuseppe BaIzano, Antonio Lucariello
Neuroepidemiology (1994) 13 (1-2): 28–33.
Published Online: 09 March 1994
...Pietro B. Carrieri; Giuseppe Orefice; Antonio Maiorino; Vincenzo Provitera; Giuseppe BaIzano; Antonio Lucariello We evaluated the age-related stroke risk factors in 164 Italian male patients with a diagnosis of first-ever ischemic stroke. Based on the age, we divided the patients into two groups...
Neuroepidemiology (1992) 11 (4-6): 196–203.
Published Online: 28 January 1993
...Barbara D'Avanzo; Carlo La Vecchia; Eva Negri; Ettore Beghi Mortality form stroke in Italy over the period 1955–1987 was analysed in terms of age-specific, age-standardised death certification rates, and by means of a log-linear model to separate the effects of age, cohort of birth and calendar...